Faculty Research

The Georgetown SFS-Q faculty demonstrates an unrivaled commitment to world-class research, teaching, and public service. SFS-Q staff members conduct research on a variety of intellectual and social issues. They use innovative research techniques to examine matters of concern to the modern world and to gain deeper insights into the ancient world.

Browse this section to learn more about our faculty member's research, both past and present.

Faculty Research Projects

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UREP ID 06-082-5-019
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This project examined the connections between viewer backgrounds, their perceptions of news, and the prejudices they develop against global media brands, through examination of relevant literature and analysis of survey results.

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NPRP ID 29-6-7-18
Status: Completed
UREP ID 08-089-5-019
Status: CompletedDescription: 

This project studied the impact of the sudden profusion of internet media and other forms of global communications on family values in Qatar. The research examined the repercussions of the sudden exposure of Qatar to global communication networks and new technologies for the core ethical...

UREP ID 08-135-5-027
Status: CompletedDescription: 

This study researched and analyzed the main structures of Public–Private Partnership (PPP) projects completed across the world and compared these against each other. The study articulated the advantages and disadvantages of PPPs and identified trends in PPP structures over the past few years....

NPRP ID 08-003-5-001
Status: CompletedDescription: 

This research addressed four key questions with regards to Saudi Arabia and Qatar’s proactive engagement in regional diplomacy and conflict resolution. Firstly, the underlying reasons behind Saudi and Qatari efforts at regional conflict resolution. Secondly, the modus operandi employed by each...

NPRP ID 08-710-6-015
Status: CompletedDescription: 

This project examined Arabic language instruction in Qatar, created an Arabic language proficiency module for learners and developed an Arabic curriculum for heritage learners.